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good morning, america. and breaking overnight, direct impact. nasa says a massive satellite is headed straight for earth and a crash landing. why scientists say they only have two hours' notice where it will hit. and new fears on where it may land. new concerns about cantaloupe this morning. more melons being pulled off the shelves. what you need to look for in your refrigerator. millionaire murder mystery. the stunning opening statement in the trial of bob ward. did he shoot his wife and then change his story? dan abrams and nancy grace to break down the extraordinary footage from the courtroom. and the ex-files.
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brad pitt opens up about life with jennifer aniston. candidly revealing his real thoughts about life with angelina. i like that. i like that. it's on the air. it's friday, baby. >> little mix. little friday mix. >> woo. george is taking a little time off. we have josh here by our side. so much reaction from the story we did yesterday with dr. besser and dr. oz, about apple juice and arsenic. dr. oz raising levels about the levels of arsenic in this drink that millions of parents give to children. and dr. besser told dr. oz he was being, quote, irresponsible. but they talked again. and we'll check in on where they agree and disagree. people just want to know what they should do. >> certainly looking forward to that. and charlie sheen back on tv last night. talking about dating. talking about how he really
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feels about being fired from his hit show. and what advice he has for ashton kutcher, the man who replaced him. and how he wants to hug things out. a kinder, gentler charlie sheen. let's get to the satellite nasa says is barreling towards us. abc's dan harris has been tracking this overnight and is here with the latest. good morning, dan. >> reporter: good morning. on the face of this, it certainly does not sound good. here are the basic facts. it's a five-ton satellite, hurtling towards us at five miles a second. it could land as early as next saturday. and right now, we have no way of predicting where it's going to land until right before it hits our atmosphere. >> ignition and liftoff of space shuttle "discovery." >> reporter: the uar satellite was launched into space on the shuttle "discovery" in 1991. now, this five-ton satellite is coming back to earth in a much less orderly fashion. it's set to crash into our planet as early as september
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24th. and nobody knows where. overnight, nasa told us they won't know where until two hours before the satellite enters the earth's atmosphere, when it will be hurtling towards us at five miles a second. here's a look at the possible target range. pretty broad. 57 degrees north to 57 degrees south. >> 57 north and 57 south, pretty much encompasses the entire pap la populated toward. but the vast majority of the people on the planet live between those platitudes. >> reporter: much of the satellite will burn up as it goes through the earth's atmosphere. but nasa has identified 26 separate components that will likely survive. the debris spreading out over 400 to 500 miles. anybody alive and watching the news back in 1979 will remember the widespread fears over skylab, which weighed 15 tons
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more than the satellite we're worried about now. it crashed into western australia. nobody got hurt. but western officials did fine america $400 for littering. nasa says the odds of any of us being hit are 1 in 3,200. i'm not a statistition. but i don't like the odds, personally. nasa says the risk to public safety, very small. they point out since the start of the space age in the 1950s, there's been no injuries from objects reentering from outer space. and by the way, this is important. if you find a piece of the satellite, you can't sell it on ebay. you have to give it back. it's the property of the federal government. >> that's the right thing to do. >> yes. had the pause there for a minute. >> i hope i don't find it by being struck by it. 1 in 3,200. those are not large. >> no. there's 7 billion people on earth. 3,200, pretty small. >> thanks, dan. we're going to turn to the outbreak of listeria linked to
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infected cantaloupe. one family in texas is fighting back, demanding answers how this could have happened. and jim avila is with us this morning. good morning, jim. >> reporter: good morning, josh. killer cantaloupes. a fatal and dangerous outbreak of listeria, is not from fruit cut up at the grocery store.who. one colorado family is already suing the grower and the store where they bought the melon. >> pure hell. >> reporter: tammie palmer's husband, charles, was rushed to the hospital two weeks ago. >> i said, chuck, what's wrong? he couldn't talk or anything. that's when i called 911. >> reporter: they would never have imagined what caused it. the cantaloupe charles palmer ate two weeks before. he was suffering the acute symptoms of listeria poisoning.
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fever, muscle aches and headaches, nausea and di rhea. the cantaloupe came from this colorado farm, where 300,000 cases have been voluntarily recalled from 17 states this week, because of potential listeria contamination. 22 people have been sickened. two people have died. >> it really comes -- it's really personal to -- it's deeply troublesome for us. >> reporter: jensen farms have destroyed the remaining crop. and stores have been pulling their product from shelves. that's not it for the palmers. they're the first to file a suit against jensen farms. claiming that the cantaloupe supplied by jensen farms tested positive for listeria. >> i can't believe it. i'm still in shock. >> reporter: charles palmer remains in serious condition at the hospital and has a long recovery ahead of him. >> i want him home. i want him by my side.
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>> reporter: so, what have we learned from this? scrub even fruit with rind or peel. cantaloupe is good at hiding bacteria because of the nooks and crannies in the skin. that comes from the largest grower in the country, jensen farms. that's the label you would look for at the store. other cantaloupes are not affected. neither walmart or the grower on the losses. >> potentially dangerous food all over the headlines. now, we talk about apple juice. questions raised by dr. mehmet oz. is there cause for concern on the amount of arsenic in some brands? our own dr. besser save a passionate rebuttal yesterday. we're going to talk to dr. b. in a minute. but first, sharyn alfonsi has a closer look at the debate and the controversy. >> reporter: it was the show the audience, their mouths gaping. >> some of the best brands in america have arsenic in their apple juice.
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>> reporter: dr. oz is warning about arsenic in apple juice, left some parents pulling their beloved juice boxes from their children. and left some doctors, including our own dr. richard besser, enraged. >> mehmet, i'm very upset about this. i think that this was extremely irresponsible. it reminds me of yelling fire in a movie theater. >> we did our homework on this. >> reporter: the dr. oz show says they tested three dozen samples of apple juice. and ten had arsenic levels higher than the amount allowed in drinking water. but the fda did their own testing and found much lower levels. they insist apple juice is safe. still, dr. oz stood by his conclusions. >> the fda should not allow more arsenic in our apple juice than we allow in our drinking water. >> reporter: the limit for arsenic in water, is 10 parts per billion. in fruit juice, 23 parts per billion. but the fda sets a lower amount of arsenic in water because people consume more water than
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juice. still, apple juice anxiety is high. on "the view." >> i appreciate someone looking into our kids' products to make sure they're okay. >> if you say something like this, you got to know, it's going to scare parents. >> reporter: on "world news" with diane sawyer -- >> i want everyone out there who has purchased apple juice, to keep drinking it. i don't have concerns about it in the short run. my bigger concern is over the next decade or generation. we may be exposing our kids to industry-high levels of arsenic. >> rich, needlessly high levels of arsenic. needlessly high. >> when i look at the evidence of what was in the samples of apple juice and how the study was done, it doesn't raise concerns to me. >> reporter: for "good morning america," sharyn alfonsi, abc news, new york. and dr. richard besser is lo back, live with us this morning. give us a quick bottom line. you and dr. oz agree there's no immediate concern about drinking apple juice? >> that's right. arsenic is something that's in our world. it's in the air. it's in the soil. it's in what we eat. all of us take in, through our
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food, arsenic every, single day. and that was what was concerning to me. was pointing to this one food, apple juice, and saying we have a big concern here, without putting in perspective that arsenic is something, in low quantities, has nothing for health. >> dr. oz was arguing that the public has a right to know what's in our food. and a point you do disagree on is dr. oz is adamant about the concern long-term. is there a possibility? how much apple juice would you possibly have to consume? do you know? any ideas? >> it's really hard to say. you have to put it in context of your entire diet. what are your sources of arsenic? where are you getting it from? it's concerning to me that everyone would come away from this thinking, arsenic is only in apple juice. arsenic is something we all take in. we take in small amounts of a lot of things. if you take in large quantity, are quite dangerous. but in small amounts aren't. he and i agree totally, that
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it's important to look at our food supply. and in particular, making sure that our children are getting things that are safe. but the same safety rules apply to our growers here are applied to the exporters of the country. the problem is, there's not enough inspection of what's going on overseas. >> last night, you and dr. oz talked with diane. and he said to you, on the air, he said, i want you to come on my program. i want to have this discussion. i want to have this conversation. will you? >> yeah. i will. i think it's very important. but i want to broaden the conversation because i don't think it's useful for people to think there's only an issue with arsenic. we need to talk about food and food safety. and we're going to do that. >> and you guys are long-time friends. you went to school together. i know you were very upset and very passionate. he felt very strongly about it. >> yeah. we're still friends. >> all right. thanks, rich. >> certainly a useful debate, as well. now, to a debate about love and marriage. and really, life and death, which began with a most unlikely
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source. evangelist, pat robertson, recently said on his television show, that divorce is justifiable if a spouse has alzheimer's because the disease is, as he put it, a kind of death. abc's terry moran is here with more on this story. and, terry, robertson's views were news to a great men. >> reporter: that's putting it mildly, josh. in fact, what pat robertson said sent shockwaves through the alzheimer's community. there's 5.4 million americans living with this disease. and as the baby-boomers age, 10,000 of them turning 65 every day, millions of couples are going to be faced with this dilemma. what would you do? >> he says that he should be allowed to see other people because his wife, as he knows her, is gone. >> reporter: that was the question for pat robertson, from a viewer whose friend's wife has alzheimer's. >> i know it sounds cruel. but he -- if he's going to do something, he should divorce her and start all over again. >> reporter: but what about this? ♪
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>> if you respect that vow, and say until death do us part, this is a kind of death. >> with all due respect to pat robertson, i find that statement absurd, naive and inhumane. >> reporter: researchers say feelings are the last things to leave a person suffering from alzheimer's. >> who are we to say, that a person is at the point, when the person is, quote, no longer alive. the person is always alive. the person is always filled with feelings. always able to connect at some level. even if it's just the lightest touch. >> reporter: but the journey through alzheimer's is so hard. and more than 5 million americans have this disease. a number that is expected to triple by mid century, as the baby-boomers age. >> it takes everything that i have. he's all i have. >> reporter: grace gregory has been caring for her husband, frank, for almost a decade. like so many spouses of
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alzheimer's patients, she can't imagine leaving. she cries. >> after 36 years, he would do it for me. i have to. i have to do it. >> reporter: and that's what so many say. the number one thing, josh, get support. the alzheimer's association. other places. help is available. and have that conversation early. >> i have a couple friends who are dealing with this right now. and it's something that has a personal connection to you, as well. >> my mom, as millions of people have had alzheimer's. she died of it. and everybody with a loved one who is going through this, they aren't dead. they aren't gone. they're the people you love. >> thanks so much, terry. >> you bet. >> have a great weekend. now, for a look at today's headlines, dan harris. in for me. >> good morning, once again. to you and robin. topping the news this morning, the supreme court has halted the execution of a man from texas, convicted of two murders in a
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racially-charged trial. duane beck was hours from a lethal injection when his appeal was granted. the justices want to review claims that the jury was unfairly influenced during the sentencing phase, by a psychologist who said that blacks were more likely to be repeat offenders. to the economy. growing fears over a new recession. economists fear that america will enter another recession in the next 12 months. and five central banks from around the world, including our own federal reserve, are pumping cash into banks over in europe, hoping to calm global fears over europe's debt crisis. and in utah this morning, new questions about what was initially thought to be a big break in the case of susan powell. she's the mother of two who vanished back in 2009. days ago, we heard that human remains had been discovered. now, those findings are being questioned. and here's abc's abbie boudreau. >> reporter: investigators called it a gravesite. the discovery of what police
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could only describe as human remains. >> it could be coming from any variety of different sources. but it is human decomposition. human remains. >> reporter: ultimately, police cannot be sure what they found. just that the ground was disturbed. and there is a chance that this may lead to a break in a search for missing mom, susan powell, whose husband, josh, remaining the only person of interest. >> we're all very hopeful. right now, it's hard to say. it's just -- i guess it could be a 50/50 at this point. >> reporter: that was enough to bring susan's father to utah, to find out firsthand, what investigators found. >> i want to see, do i feel anything? do i think she's there? are they looking in the right spot? >> reporter: the most intense part of this search is happening right at the bottom of this hill in a small valley. you can see a group of investigators and two cadaver dogs, gathered around one spot. but hours of digging and slow progress yielded little new evidence. >> this is frustrating. we want the answer. we've been looking for this for
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20 months. >> reporter: investigators say they'll keep looking until they unravel the mystery behind susan powell's disappearance. for "good morning america," abbie boudreau, abc news, salt lake city, utah. and finally on the newscast this morning, take a look at this incredible close call, caught on camera at a bike shop in california. look at the customers just standing around. and a car comes barreling through, inches away from those two people, including the woman there ho is already using a crutch. amazingly, nobody got hurt. the driver, tried to park. he accidentally hit the gas instead of the brakes. >> glad no one was hit. >> thanks, dan. we saved a little time for you. >> you just said, not much. let's get to the boards. one or two things going on this morning we want to talk about. are you tired of hearing all these things, like warmest ever, driest ever. how about the coldest ever shot
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of air at indianapolis falls. 28 degrees. moving to raleigh and atlanta. cooler temperatures down south to new orleans, with this cold front. here's where the rain goes today. and just cast your eyes into texas. they need it so badly. there will be rain in all of this. how about st. john's, newfoundland getting a hurricane. that is mee maria. that happens today.
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>> just prepare yourself for the chill hen you step outside this morning. i was, like -- >> i know. >> it became february in like five minutes. >> and it's all your fault. >> keep those cards and letters coming. >> thanks, sam. we're going to turn to charlie sheen. he turned up on "the tonight show" with jay leno, for a frank and funny interview. here's a look. >> please welcome our old friend, charlie sheen. ♪
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are you dating now? >> i don't think what you could call what i do dating. >> you've never been on a date. i never realized that. >> no. been on long dates called marriage. >> man. >> i know. i'm single and having fun. and i pretty much -- >> not too much fun. >> not too much fun because i'm in work mode. >> are you still angry towards the producers and cbs? >> no. i would have fired my [ bleep ]. >> any advice to ashton? >> i mean, nothing i could say right here. >> yeah. >> no. i'm joking. seriously, no. it's hard to give advice to a guy that accomplished. i would just give him a hug and say, make me proud, dude. >> can you give me a good charlie sheen, winning? >> sure. winning. >> yeah. there you go. >> he seems to be doing better.
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wakefield valley in westminister down to 40. we have slipped to 45 at bw i. this makes this the coldest morning since the tenth of may. farther west, look at the cloud cover. clouds filter in as we head into the afternoon. that will make it feel cooler later in the day. how about the traffic this morning? here's tonya. >> reporter: we have a few accidents, one 5 bess bound at 93. our earlier accident, 83 southbound has cleared out of the way. taking a look at the beltway, a live look. things are slowing down at old core road. looking south past 95. also 895 south of 95, we have slow traffic heading down to the harbor tunnel. 95 before eastern avenue and 85
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north. now is your local news. here's sherrie johnson. >> reporter: this morning police continue to investigate the stabbing death of a student inside a college dorm. 18-year-old dominique frasier was found stabbed to death in a dorm hallway at bowie university. fraser's roommate has turned herself in, in connection with the stabbing death. and we'll have weather coming up in about 3 minutes. have a great day. let's head back to "good morning america."
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the shocking opening to the millionaire murder trial in florida. bob ward, accused of murdering his wife. why he says he was trying to save her. dan abrams and nancy grace, here to break down the stunning opening statements. good morning, america. on this friday morning. george is taking a little time off. and josh is here by my side. we were very surprised by brad pitt and what he said. >> indeed. a lot of things. happiness is overrated. maybe satisfaction is overrated. he opens up about his marriage to jennifer aniston. why he said having kids with angelina, their mom, was one of
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the smartest things he did. and there's new stuff in this morning. >> i think he had time to think about what he said. we'll have that all ahead. first in this half hour, josh, let's get to the dramatic opening arguments and testimony in the florida millionaire murder trial. both sides laying out very different sides, as you can imagine. abc's andrea canning has more on what was a very emotional day in court. >> reporter: bob ward consoled his crying daughter, sara, after the call he made moments, after his wife, diane, was shot to death, was played in court. >> i just shot my wife. she's dead. she's done. i'm sorry. >> reporter: in opening arguments thursday, the prosecution told the jury, ward killed his wife with this gun, in a fit of rage in the bedroom of their mansion. >> this case is about the facts. it was bob ward that shot her.
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almost dead between the eyes. >> reporter: prosecutors say after ward admitted to shooting his wife, he changed his story. saying she killed herself as he was trying to take the gun away. the defense argued she had a strong mix of alcohol and antidepressants in her system. and he was just trying to save her. >> he turns to the sound. and right there is his wife, with a gun in her hand. instinctively, bob grabs the gun. tries to wrestle it away. >> reporter: but the prosecution said gunshot tests moved diane ward was shot from 18 inches away, making it difficult for her to have killed herself. still, ward's family has been supportive of him all along. in this jailhouse video, he can be seen dancing and laughing with his sister-in-law and daughter, mallory. >> believe me. >> reporter: thursday, she remembered him in court, remembering his mother's words. >> she said, your father's is finest man i've ever known.
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and it was a relationship built on respect and two people that loved each other so much. >> reporter: bun possible motive for murder, diane ward was killed within days of a scheduled deposition in an investigation into her husband's finances. joining us in the studio, is "gma" legal analyst, dan abrams. and in los angeles, nancy grace, the host of "nancy grace" on hln. good to have you back. nancy, let me start with you first. the 911 tapes, five times we hear him say he shot his wife. it wasn't until this prosecutor asked him was it on purpose or not? he said no. how damaging can that be? >> you know, what is really damaging, in addition to saying he shot her -- she had been shot. and he said that five times, he did it. he then changed his story to, accident and suicide. now, if he had just stuck with, he shot her and it was an
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accident, maybe it would have worked. but here's the problem. she was shot at a trajectory path that's practically impossible to have been a suicide. she was shot in the front of the face, on the left of the nose. the trajectory path suggests going downwards. it's almost physically impossible for her to have shot herself in that manner. >> good point. and also, dan, prosecutors say it was from a distance of 18 inches. >> yeah. i think this is one of the most important points in the case, which is to say that it simply could not have been a battle over a gun in connection with a suicide. most of these cases we say, it's not as if this is a confession. but in this case, there is a confession. and now, they have to explain that confession. the defense is going to have to back off that confession, et cetera. but those two pieces of evidence together, which is the initial confession and the gun powder evidence, which seems to demonstrate that the shot
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occurred from at least 18 inches away, is really tough for ward's team to deal with. >> and, nancy, also the defense saying that diane ward had alcohol, drugs, antidepressants, in her system. and that he was just trying to save her. what about that? >> well, you know, i find it very interesting that he was trying to save her. all of her family and friends say she would never touch a firearm. so, what was she doing in her bedroom with a fully-loaded smith & wesson revolver? i'm not buying into that. and also, take a look at his demeanor immediately afterwards. while his wife is still laying there between the bed and the wall, shot in the face, he's on the phone, very matter of factually, saying, oh, yeah. diane's dead. and if you review with police or crime scene techs, it's very, very rare to hear a long-time
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love, a husband, speak so coldly of a murder victim. and so, i find that very unusual, his demeanor. >> i agree with much of what you're saying, nancy. but the reason she would have a fully loaded gun, according to the defense, would be to try to kill herself. i mean, that would be the reason for the first time she would ever have had a gun in that room. now, i do think, though, that the drugs -- >> dan, have you ever looked at statistics of suicide and homicide? you will hardly ever find a woman shoot herself in the face. it just doesn't happen, dan. >> and you know what? that was actually testimony that the prosecution tried to introduce in connection this case. and the judge said no. yeah. the judge said they wouldn't allow it in. >> i know that. i know the judge said no. but i'm telling you that that's a fact. the jury may not know it. we're not in court right now, dan. >> i understand. >> women do not shoot themselves in the face. >> yeah. no, look. it's not just they don't shoot themselves in the face. they don't shoot themselves in the face from 18 inches away.
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that's the bigger point here, i think. i do think, look. the question you asked initially was about the drugs. and that's going to be the heart of the defense. the heart of the defense is going to be that she was in the process of trying to kill herself. and that he somehow stopped her. that's going to be, i think, it's going to be a tough defense. but this will be a reasonable doubt defense. this will be -- >> she's dead. he didn't stop her. >> he tried to stop her is going to be the defense. right? >> right. >> right. >> how about those jailhouse tapes, both of you? how damaging to see him. of course, it makes us think of, in part, the casey anthony tapes and show she was acting. and how that played out in court. how do you think that will play out with the jurors? >> you think, by now, inmates in florida would quit laughing and joking, and in this case, dancing on jailhouse videos. no matter how they try to explain this, even though that is the victim's sister and his
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daughter, and they are being lighthearted, it's not a good look for a murder one defendant. >> it doesn't help him. i don't think it will be a make-or-break issue with this case. it will be a similar legal question as the casey anthony case. do the jurors think there's enough to convict here? but when you start with the confession, that's a starting point. >> dan, thank you very much. have a great weekend. nancy, we're going to see you back in the next half hour. have something to talk to you about. let's go to sam in the meantime. with the weather. sam? >> good morning, robin, josh, dan. let's deal with the line of storms that is delivering cold air behind it. first, pictures from ocean city, maryland. look on the side of that apartment building. kickoff tornados in that direction there. tornadoes, waterspouts, all of them, in that region. now, we find the cold, fall-like weather behind it. look at raleigh, 77 degrees.
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washington, d.c. at 68. raleigh will go to 61. that's much cooler. a lot of folks walks out the door and goes, wait a minute. this is so different from >> all of america's weather was brought to you by aleve. robin? josh? >> sam, thank you. coming up, brad pitt's unscripted comments about his ex-wife, jennifer aniston. and why he said pairing up with angelina was one of the smartest things he ever did. [ mal this is lara. her morning begins with arthritis pain. that's a coffee and two pills. the afternoon tour begins with more pain and more pills. the evening guests arrive. back to sore knees. back to more pills. the day is done but hang on... her doctor recommended aleve.
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well, now, to those scathing comments that came out in an interview with brad pitt. talking about his marriage to jennifer aniston and life, now,
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with angelina jolie. and, lara, you've been looking into this overnight. there are developments this morning. >> yes, there are. this story continues to grow. everybody is talking about it. you will remember, jen said in a 2005 "vanity fair" article, when pictures of brad and angie first surfaced revealing that relationship, the world was in shock. and so was with she. now, a stunning reveal from the superstar. his comments about what he really thought about life with his ex-wife before he met angie. brad pitt has done it again. displaying what jennifer aniston once referred to as a lack of sensitivity check when it comes to discussing their marriage. in an interview for his him "money balls" he tells "parade" magazine, that his life was less than fulfilling. quote, it became very clear to me, that i was intent on trying to find a movie about an interesting life, because i wasn't living an interesting life. i think my marriage had something to do with that.
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trying to pretend the marriage was something that it wasn't. pitt was married to aniston from 1990 to 1995. and started to say, quote, i started to get sick of myself. sitting on a couch, holding a joint, hanging out. it started feeling pathetic. >> i was absolutely shocked when i read his comments. i felt as though this was something that was completely unnecessary. why bring this up years later? >> reporter: in 2005, pitt denied to abc's diane sawyer that angelina broke up his marriage with aniston. >> did angelina jolie break up your marriage? >> no. >> everyone says she's a home wrecker. >> that's a good story. >> reporter: his harsh words about his time with america's sweetheart seem all the more biting when pitt talks about life with angelina. saying, quote, one of the greatest, smartest things i ever did was give my kids, angie as their mom. she's such a great mom. oh, man. i'm so happy to have her. when asked about the endless speculation surrounding their lives, the 47-year-old actor says, don't believe everything you read.
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telling parade, quote, how many stories have you read that aren't true. stories about me and angry being married or fighting or splitting up. and when we don't split up, there's a whole new round that we've made up. and we're back together again. as for the recent round of rumors, he addresses them bun by one. saying, quote, we'll get married when everyone can. we're not splitting up. and we don't have a seventh child yet. brad may have had some time to think about what he said in that interview. he has released a statement saying, quote, it grieves me that it was interpreted this way. jen is a loving, giving hilarious woman who remains my friend. he goes on to say that the point he was trying to make, not that jen was dull. but i was becoming dull to myself. that interview comes out in "parade" magazine this sunday, josh. >> interesting timing. "money ball" coming out. he could have an oscar nomination. >> yeah. that's called a hollywood
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[ cheers and applause ] a spectacular friday morning. >> oh, yeah. >> that's very thoughtful. oh. >> that's great. it's a beautiful, beautiful shot. >> well, thank you. you know how you get kind of -- don't show it again. this is what we really want to show you. nancy grace and her partner, tristan, just days before they have to step into the ballroom for the first time to compete. we're going to get the inside scoop on her dancing skills. there they are together in los
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angeles. and you know what? she's already lost ten pounds. >> they rehearse a lot. and tristan is also going to speak. that apparently resonates with our audience. also, check out these puppies. yeah. seriously cute. well, not to worry, folks. they're going to be cashing in very soon. it's show me the money, cute puppy edition. >> love that. how can you go wrong? and can't wait to show you the world premiere of jennifer lopez's new music video. you will only see those moves right there, right here, on "gma." as sam makes his move to go outside, let's get the headlines from our weekend anchor, dan harris. >> good morning, everybody. good morning. we're going to begin with a discouraging twist in the search for susan paul, the mother of two. she's been missing since 2009. this week, investigators said cadaver dogs had picked up traces of human remains in the
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desert in utah. now, they confirm no actual remains have been found. the digging will resume this morning. nasa bracing for a crash-landing as early as next saturday. a satellite launched in the 1990s will fall back to earth. the problem is, there's no telling where this thing will land until it hits the atmosphere. much of it will break up above earth. and nasa insists public safety is minimal. three coal miners trapped underground in britain. the body of a fourth miner was found this morning. rescuers hope the others were able to find an air pocket to somehow survive. and there's another frantic race against time this morning, in norway. where crews are trying to stop a cruise ship from sinking. this started when the ship caught fire on thursday, killing two people. the fire is out. but the shift is listing. and if crews cannot pump out all the water onboard, it could tip over. all the passengers have, of
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course, been evacuated. and a massive explosion at this chemical factory shut down an entire suburb of australia's capital city. people were told to stay inside because officials were worried the smoke could be toxic. incredible pictures there. now, to diane sawyer, with a preview of tonight's "world news." diane? >> good morning to everyone. and good morning, america. so, did you know that college kids could create 500,000 jobs in america? what do they have to do to do that? we're going to tell you tonight on "world news." be sure to tune in. it is "made in america," returning again tonight. >> thank you, diane. and finally, here is something you do not see every day. mug shots of amish men. eight of them were arrested because they refused to post those reflective orange safety triangles on their buggies. they say the triangles violate biblical laws against bright colors. really interesting case. aclu is getting involved in
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defense of the amish men. >> interesting. tell us how it works out. >> that's really impressive. >> fascinating case. as is lara spencer, over there at the big board. >> ready. and here we go. let's get right to the "pop news." here's what's hot and what's happening. dan, i need you to listen up. this one's for you. these three rare white tiger cubs have a chance of survival in china, thanks to a surprising surrogate mother. this dog stepped in when their own mom turned them away after birth. these are the first white tiger cubs being raised in china. and we wonder when that wonderful dog will realize nursing three tigers is a risky proposition. this story, we love the prince. happy birthday. he turned 27 yesterday, september 15th. how did the royal celebrate the big day? probably not how you think. he was working doing helicopter training in rural england.
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but it is not all work for him. he will reportedly spend the weekend with his big bro, who has organized a pheasant and duck hunt at the royal estates, for little bro. harry, once again, on the hunt. and right here, paul mccartney. you guys, this is a contest i created for you to keep you guessing. try to count how many songs you hear. ready? turns out, all you need is love. the superstar headed back to the ail for for the third time. this time with nancy shevell. it won't be a hard day's night. a low-key affair. at the place he married his first wife, linda. seems like just yesterday he was going through a bitter divorce with heather mills. the couple will come together with family and friends to celebrate next year. >> i got four. >> i had five. >> robin roberts. >> really? >> and shockingly, robin wins. and finally, remember? dan, bianna, and ron and their
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shameless attempt at attention. the three owe took their act to broadway, after taking two weeks of taking professional lessons to make their own band. dan on the drums. ron on sax. and bianna braving the microphone. they sang live in front of an audience. did the audience stop believing? i don't want to give it away. but the trio got a standing "o." and we need to give you one. >> you did that? >> yeah. thank you very much. >> a little injury note. >> i do. some skin came off my finger. i was really pounding the skins, as they say. it was incredibly fun. bianna golodryga, the heart of a lion. absolutely incredible. getting up in front of those people. never having sung professionally. look at her belting it out. actually, we don't have the pictures. incredibly nervous before we go on. >> does ron play professional sax? >> ron plays -- the word professional is not the word i'm looking for, josh. is there another word? >> this weekend, are you going to show it?
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>> this weekend, we're going to show the practice sessions. not too good. and then, we got better. >> all right. giving us ideas here, dan. >> you can steal it. can you play the drums, josh? >> no. >> lessons. lessons. >> how about you, sam? how about you? >> no, no. we're live in times square. that's the best we can do. we're on broadway. good morning, gang. a little surprised by the chill we were this morning, right? >> yes. here from south dakota. >> well, you should be used to it. >> we are. >> but it was 70s. 80s. all of a sudden, it's this. okay. pick it up one more time. let's embarrass robin. >> that's right. it's "the lady's home journal" with robin roberts, out today, on newsstands now. gorgeous picture. let's get to the boards. one or two things going on. i'll take it. i'll take yours. we may fight for that magazine. here's what's going on with the colder air. the warm air pushes behind it in the middle of the country. a couple of cold days in the northeast. look at the frost.
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travis city, burlington, boston. all these temperatures cooler than normal. >> there is something happening on this friday in times square. everybody has that feeling. robin? josh? >> or lara. >> lara? >> it's contagious. here's a look at what's ahead on the "gma morning menu." a modern-day romeo and juliet, with a twist to the teen romance ended so badly for the girl's
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mother. show me the money. elisabeth leamy has uncovered big bucks for some furry friends. we'll show you how you can help, as well. and nancy grace and tristan mcmanis, just days away from strutting their stuff on the dance floor. are they ready? they're lean and mean and ready to go. they will tell us about that. hey, guys. coming up live on "gma." when you realize that depression has left you nowhere to go. when you've lost interest in everything. when you've had one too many days feeling sad or anxious...
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it's the at&t network. and what's possible in here is almost impossible to say. and now, to the story of star-crossed love turned deadly. on tonight's "20/20," abc's jim avila reports on a modern-day romeo and juliet. two teenagers, an illicit love affair, a disapproving mother. and a chilling ending. jim is back with us today.
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>> reporter: good morning. they were forbidden loves. who decided in shakespearean fashion, that death was more important than being forced apart. but when you hear in her own words from a girl, it was not their own death they planned on planning. it was a spring morning in 2009. the house where tyler lived with her mother in el doe rad doe, california, looked undisturbed from the outside, as this police video shows. the prosecutor who has directing the investigation from the beginning, says the calm exterior is hiding something sinister inside. >> the crime scene is unfortunately one that i will never forget. joanne was brutally murdered. >> reporter: the victim, 47-year-old joanne witt, a single mom by choice. a successful engineer, who brought up her daughter, tyler, on her own.
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>> they would sit on the couch and watch movies with the dogs on the couch. >> i miss my mom. >> reporter: that is tyler witt, a tantalizingly smart teen at the time of her mother's murder two years ago. who, for the first time, is breaking her silence, in a "20/20" exclusive. why do you want to talk now? >> what i did was terrible. i'm responsible for my mother's death. >> reporter: tyler and her mom had fought often. a constant source of tension, tyler's desire to know the identity of her father, a man joanne stopped seeing while pregnant. >> she didn't want him involved in her life. >> reporter: so, at 14, tyler brings another man into their lives. he is 19. his name is steven kolber. >> i started calling him my big brother. and he took to the role instantly. >> reporter: in fact, tyler's mother grew to like him, too. so much so, she invited steven to move into her spare room. she wasn't worried because he
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told her he was gay. soon, there were clues that this makeshift modern family is heading towards trouble. >> she found out they were having sex. and she started screaming, you get out of here. you take your stuff. >> reporter: joanne witt was livid. called police and accused steven kolber of statutory rape. a charge they believed would end their relationship and put steven in prison. >> a year was not going to be possible for me. it was more, make sure we're together for all of eternity. and the only way to do that is to die. >> reporter: for you to die? >> both of us. >> reporter: how did mom get in the way of that? >> doesn't make any sense now. but it did back then. that there was no way that we would have enough time to kill ourselves, with my mom. >> reporter: simply put, mom had to go. tyler says the star-crossed lovers planned to kill her mother. she called steven and told him to hide outside the backyard
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fence, until she could drug joanne and make the killing easy. >> he comes inside the house. takes out the knife. tyler gets a knife, as well. >> reporter: right then, she decides she can't go through with it? >> yes. panics. drops to the ground in the fetal position. she's right there, realizing that he is then stabbing her mother. >> reporter: tyler witt and her boyfriend run away to san francisco to complete a romeo and juliet suicide fantasy. take rat poison with froot loops in a cheap hotel. but tyler gets a stomachache. and the couple is arrested before they can flee again. she turns state's evidence. and testifies against the man she could not live without. >> guilty of the crime of murder. >> reporter: steven is sentenced to life in prison. after claims that tyler committed the murder on her own are rejected by the jury. a final betrayal that somehow has not cost the love of three
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lives. still love her? >> it's unconditional love. >> reporter: tonight, you hear from tyler. how she betrayed her mother's trust. and it's tyler in the witness chair, a final double-cross. >> for jim's report, tune into "20/20" tonight at 10:00 p.m. eastern, right here on abc. lara? >> all right, robin. we're going to switch gears now and say show me the money. it's our series about unclaimed money, waiting out there for you. and apparently, your pets, too. abc's elisabeth leamy is live in washington. do i have it right? you found unclaimed money for people's pets? >> well, lar are, for people's future pets. as you know, when you want to add a dog or cat to your family, you can adopt one from the humane society, like i did with little buddha here. but it costs a lot of money to get the animals ready for their new homes. so, we were delighted when we found a big pile of unclaimed
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money for one local shelter. the wisconsin humane society has cuteness to spare. what it needs is cash to care for the animals. 20,000 dogs, cats, puppies, kittens, turtles, squirrels and raccoons a year, supported entirely by private donations in these tricky economic times. >> people have fewer dollars that they can give to charities that they care about. people are losing homes and having to move into places where they can't necessarily take their animals. so, we're finding that not only do we have less dollars. but we have more animals that need our services. >> reporter: staff veterinarians carefully conduct spay/neuter operations to protect the homeless pets of the future. and every animal is given as much time as it takes to be adopted by a loving family. >> my favorite moment working here is when we find that amaying match. and we see people crying because
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they're so excited. or i get lots of hugs in my position. so, that's wonderful. >> reporter: little miracles happen here. a milwaukee woman recognized that and left money for the wisconsin humane society in her will. but somehow, it went astray, way back in 2004. and ended up in the wisconsin state treasurer's unclaimed property fund. >> you're calling and saying that you were going to visit. we did some detective work. and we discovered there was this amount of money for the humane society that somehow had gotten missed. >> reporter: now, it's time to turn it over to its rightful owners. some are panting at the possibility. >> we did some searching. and we found something that had been overlooked. and it's a pretty big something. and i won't make you wait much longer. we found for you, over $59,000. [ cheers and applause ]
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>> reporter: how about that, huh? could this be put to use, do you think? >> oh, my goodness. >> reporter: we wanted to get more reaction from the residents themselves. are you psyched about the $59,000? hello? boots? what do you think? what do you think? do you have anything to say about the unclaimed money? well, i thought so, too. isn't it great? actually, the humans here plan to use the money to pay for animal medical care and to educate children about animals. >> it's a huge amount of work to do. and for people to step forward and support it in that way, i wish we could thank her for what she did for us because it's really so powerful. >> reporter: $59,358.85. this is the single biggest amount that we've found for somebody. can we have some high-fives.
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so, if you work for a nonprofit or volunteer for a charity or just care, you can do an unclaimed property search to see if there's missing money waiting out there for your favorite cause. especially in these tricky economic times, lara, a lot of people feel like they can't donate their own money. why not spend a little time instead to do a search. and find money that way. >> thank you, elisabeth. i love this story. this is sophie who is giving me a run for my money. she is from the humane society of new york. and she is up for adoption. your story was fantastic. we want everybody to go to to see our complete guide to finding money for charity, for yourself. anybody want to adopt sophie? josh? >> it's actually not sophie's problem. actually, lara's the problem. >> what else is new? earlier this morning, we saw nancy grace in what you might
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call her natural habitat. but she's added a new home to her own life, a dance studio. and she's going to join us with her "dancing with the stars" partner, tristan mcmanus, live from los angeles. nancy, at this point, i think you're pulling quadruple duty. thank you for getting up. we want to know, how is it going at this point? >> well, i think we get two conflicting stories. according to me, it's going great. but i got in dance partner. this irish dance partner. and i hear this ringing in my ears every night. no, no, no. >> so, tristan, if it's going so well, from your perspective, how is it going for you? >> for me, as well, it's going great. i think nancy just needs to have an egg on now and again to keep her going. everything's going great. i'm happy with where we're going. big show on monday. can't wait. >> we can assure you that conflict is a great -- a great
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motivating force for nancy. nancy, you knew the rehearsals would be strenuous. we hear ten pounds have lost themselves. how tough has it been? >> for me, it's been very, very difficult. number one, i'm away from my twins, who i usually spend most of my time with and go to work at night for hln. now, i'm practicing all day long. that's been the hardest part for me, to be away from them. other than that, i just took off five bandages off my feet. and then, i put socks on it. and then, ballroom shoes. it's quite the look. >> it's a -- i will say. it's a great look. tristan, obviously, nancy's already filled our show. she has had, you know, any number of jobs. she's everywhere. but being from ireland, how aware of nancy were you before you came over? >> i wasn't aware of nancy at all to be honest with you.
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>> that's not true. i looked at the computer. there was google, yahoo! searches nancy grace. nancy grace. >> that was afterwards. >> so sad. >> yeah, i wasn't -- i'm not really too familiar with many people on television here. now, we've gotten to know each other a little. when i can get a word in. >> good luck with that. we see you practicing the cha-cha. is that going to be your first dance? >> it is the first dance. but don't ask me the music because i'm not going to tell you. okay? i know that's where you're going. and don't ask me about my outfit. but i will give you one operative word, sequins. >> like tons and tons of sequins? >> tons and tons of sequins. and let me say, that these youts fits are very revealing. >> again, we are teasing monday night's premiere, with every
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answer. before, when we talked earlier, nancy, you said david arquette is the team to beat. now that you've had the practice, now that you have the sequins and the cha-cha going. >> i had a bad experience with him. >> oh. >> i had a bad experience to him. i ran into him yesterday, and he was soaking wet with sweat, which means he has been practicing like mad. and i didn't like that. >> tristan, what did you think? >> i like the other contestants to be lounging around. >> actually, i'm looking forward to it. i think everyone is going to be a challenge in their own kind of way. everyone brings different things to the table. it will be interesting to see. but certainly won't really know where the main competition will come from until monday or tuesday. >> all right. you get back to the dance floor. the special two-hour premiere of "dancing with the stars" is this monday at 8:00 eastern on abc. head to our website, now, to check out the celebrity pairs. and vote for your favorite. and coming up next, the world premiere of jennifer lopez's brand-new video, only on "good morning america."
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and my biggest pride is in the fact that, like, that cindy would want to share this with all of us. >> there's lots of perks to being cindy's sister. she loves to help out chris we are checking out some of the temperatures this morning. 51 ocean city. after they are trying to clean up from the damage and debris. waiting for the official assess and confirmation from the weather service. as to the twister weather. going to be the case. 54 easton. 49 baltimore. back to the 40s in oakland. they were in the 50s this morning and snow shoe, west virginia takes the cold spot in the mid-atlantic. 28 and cloud cover. some rain in the midwest, that is the source of our clouds. we are only aiming for a
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2-degree guaranteed high of 66. in queen ann's county, 301 at 304 is closed due to a very bad accident and entrapment involved. let's look at the beltway. we have stop and go traffic on old court road near 795. it will be very slow all the way down. the inner loop is closed. jfx is slow as well at cold spring rain. as you can see the slow down will continue southbound downtown. now with your latest news, here's charlie crowson. a man break into a student's apartment and sexually assaulted her. take a look at this video. the man seeing here is being called a person of interest. the person woke the victim as he was touching her. a man was seen running through the area of the complex, along with most of the campus. there have been no sign of
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forced entry and the victims say they have no idea who the man is. the ravens game 1:00 kick on sunday. new security standards will be in place before getting inside. back to new york.
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♪ baby, baby ♪ move it up on the big screen is none other than jennifer lopez. we say good morning, america, on this friday morning. george is away. but the rest of the gang is here. we're seeing behind the scenes of her new video, "papi." >> beautiful. >> you're going to see the world premiere in just moments, right here, only on "good morning america." she is coming along. >> she is. she looks so gorgeous.
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is that what we're doing right now? >> let's do it. >> jennifer lopez. >> i have a very special thing to share with all of you this morning. it's the debut of my new video. it's called "papi." take a look. ♪ let all the heat pour down ♪ ♪ i'm good as long as he's around ♪ ♪ he lets me wear the crown ♪ ♪ i do my best to make him proud ♪ ♪ now, all my super ladies i got my baby ♪ ♪ if you got your baby baby ♪ ♪ move your body move your body ♪ ♪ dance for your papi rock your body ♪ ♪ rock your body dance for your papi ♪ ♪ put your hands up in the air ♪ ♪ dance for your man if you care ♪ ♪ put your hands up in the air, air, air ♪ ♪ whoa, oh, oh ♪ move your body
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move your body ♪ ♪ dance for your papi rock your body ♪ ♪ rock your body dance for your papi ♪ >> are you sure? ♪ my rock is shining bright even if he ain't by my side ♪ ♪ he'll make sure that i glow i'll make sure everybody knows ♪ ♪ now, all my super ladies i got my baby ♪ ♪ if you got your baby baby ♪ ♪ move your body move your body ♪ ♪ dance for your papi rock your body ♪ ♪ rock your body dance for your papi ♪ ♪ put your hands up in the air ♪ ♪ dance for your man if you care ♪ ♪ put your hands up in the air, air, air ♪ ♪ whoa, oh, oh ♪ move your body move your body ♪ ♪ dance for your papi rock your body ♪ ♪ rock your body ♪ put your hands
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up in the air ♪ ♪ dance for your man if you care ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> oh. hello. >> we were watching. sam, i blame you for the chill in my bones. >> it's terrible. but the video was hot. isn't that how you say -- i don't know. >> i don't know. why is it so cold? >> hi, gang. how are you? wait a minute. give me your states. >> france. >> australia. >> minnesota. >> minnesota. >> indiana. >> california. >> california. >> texas. >> texas. one more. all right. welcome to happy friday. let's get to the boards. one or two things going on this morning we want to tell you about.
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we'll start with the amazing twitter pictures. take a look at ocean city, maryland. a couple of shots were sent in after the tornado last night and waterspouts. here's the board, though. we plan our weekend. could texas be getting some rain today? in fact, they already are. and there could >> all of your friday weather was brought to you by samsung. oh, robin roberts? >> all the way over here. this is a great audience. ready for the weekend. a lot of people are familiar with happy feet. the little penguin made his way from new zealand and was nursed back to health and released in the ocean earlier this month.
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it turns out, seaworld san diego was doing almost the same thing for a sea turtle, that spent almost two years rehabbing. and "gma" contributor, cameron mathison, has that story for us. >> reporter: the turtle found two years ago, just days from death on a beach in washington state, got treated like a queen from the get-go. she was flown with another circumstance turtle on c-130 aircraft by the u.s. coast guard that happened to be headed to san diego, where seaworld and their world-famous turtle reef and rescue clinic were waiting to help. first class on a c-130. they don't travel like that, myrtle. they call her myrtle the turtle. and her story is not found in a story book. sea turtles all around the world are endangered and threatened. why are sea turtles so endangered? >> a lot of pollution.
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they mistake trash for food. >> reporter: they swim up and down the west coast of the americas following fish and migrating with the warm water. some sea turtles are known to swim thousands of miles. some go all the way to japan. but myrtle got lost in a cold wave of water. she was offtrack and in danger. near death, she had lost half her body weight and couldn't stun, literally paralyzing. >> we gave her food and antibiotics. she went from 24 pounds she came in. she's 54 pounds today. >> reporter: unbelievable. that's good news. that's great. keep eating. how do you know she's ready to go? >> she's swimming very, very well. >> when she started eating on her own, that gave us promise that she had the will to live. and that's what really turned the corner. >> reporter: i don't want to
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brag. but i think myrtle has a thing for me. so, the big day came. myrtle was going home. i got to be there. and even jumped in to help. i'm excited. myrtle seems relaxed, though. sweetie, you're going to be all right. promise. we're going to go for a little swim later, you and me. picking up a turtle by its shell is not exactly easy. it doesn't hurt her? >> nope. >> reporter: as soon as she saw the ocean, her legs and arms started flapping wildly. i could feel her excitement. myrtle was released now because soon she will be able to have babies. the seaworld crew and i headed ten miles west of san diego. as a father of two, i had a feeling that myrtle needed something special to send her off. so, i read to her. "yertle the turtle." get it? it was poignant that i may have been the last human being she would hear in her lifetime. she was about to be in that big pool of life, the pacific ocean. okay, myrtle. here we go, sweets.
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this is the moment. it's okay. that's it. come on. that's right. say hi to happy feet. there she goes. you're beautiful. she circled our boat almost like she was saying good-bye and thank you. and so, myrtle's story does have a storybook ending. she was free and obviously very happy. swimming towards the future. and let's hope, lots of babies. >> i'll bet you'd like myrtle the sea turtle. yeah, you would. and she seems like she's going in the right direction. the latest tracking information show that myrtle's about 300 miles southeast of san diego. she's been averaging a speedy 20 miles a day since her release. he won't be chewing food for two months. abc's newest daytime talk show, behind the scenes, straight ahead.
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it's robin and an degree. she is dressing to match. well done. we want to get a behind-the-scenes look at a new television show. my stomach and i lucky enough to go behind the scenes at abc's "the chew." take a look. >> three, two, one. we're back. >> welcome back. welcome back. ♪ >> reporter: the countdown is on. just ten days to go until the premiere of abc's newest talk show. what is "the chew"? >> it's a show about food. it's a show about life. it's a show about friends. >> reporter: the set, a fully-stocked, fully-working kitchen of your dreams. >> what can i show you, josh? welcome to our house. >> reporter: that happens to have some of the best-known tv chefs in the business. >> this is the tastiest show on earth. >> reporter: i got a sneak peek of rehearsals this week. and to be honest, it was a rough
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assignment. no, seriously. it was rough. the puppet master and executive producer behind the fun-filled chaos, is gordon elliott, the former talk show host, himself. >> men grill because that's how they band. men don't grill, because they'd have to talk to each other like that. >> reporter: i see. look. >> my wife's leaving me. and i think i've got cancer. you know? that's intimacy for men. >> reporter: he's assembled an all-star team of five. and i got to spend a little time with them. >> almost everything in the world, i can do. >> reporter: and they are having a very, very good time. >> we're making a classic dish. >> reporter: the team is led by the king of italian cuisine, mario batali. >> it's not so much a cooking show. it's how food has become a fabric of the culture. >> reporter: then, there's iron chef, michael symon.
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a cleveland guy who love s pork so much, he literally has got pork tattooed on his chest. >> reporter: his counterweight. >> newby, daphne oz, healthy living expert. >> i hope what i can bring is the health and wellness elements. something we can work in without going crazy. >> reporter: and there's top chef veteran carla hall, who brings southern love to her food. >> it will be perfect. i love sweets with my eggs. >> reporter: missing from the group on this day is fashion and entertaining guru, clinton kelly. what does clinton kelly have to say about those? >> thus far? >> reporter: yeah? >> nothing at all. >> reporter: i thought i was coming to watch. but that didn't last long. >> what are you doing here? >> reporter: all right, carla. before i knew it, i was hard at work, making manly-man man
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kebabs. >> josh, can you put that on the grill? >> reporter: is there a medical expert around? >> it fits the other way. oh, boy. thank god you're pretty. >> reporter: making spaghetti with the pasta master. when you're going to be cooking with mario batali, this is what you look forward to. and getting my hands into a couple of salads. literally. >> with your hands. i want you to massage that kale. get in there. like it's your boyfriend. rub that shoulder. rub that shoulder. >> reporter: given all this work, i guess it was lucky that i only had one on-the-job mishap. >> have some ginger tea. >> reporter: that's really hot. even though i was playing hurt, i managed to tough it out until the very end. >> does it need salt? does it need pepper? this is your chance?
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>> reporter: no. i just need another bite. oh. i love my job. how would you describe what people are going to see september 26th? >> it's a party in the kitchen. >> i'm with my friends. >> food is fun. food is family. food is life. that's really what this show's all about. >> terrific stuff. catch the premiere of "the chew," september 26th, right here on abc. and up next, a band your daughters are going to love. mindless behavior, when wet,
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all right. you may hear some screaming. we want you to meet the hottest, new boy band. all the teen girls know about them. you will, too, very soon. they are called mindless behavior. let me get this right. these guys are so darn cute, i don't want to mess it up. princeton, rayray, prodigy.
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and they're so young. 14, 15 years old. new album ready to drop. "number one girl." a recuring them on the album. >> all of our songs talk about girls. stuff we go through every day at school. not a lot of adults relate to it. >> let's call it what it is. you love the ladies. >> yeah. >> you guys were brought together about two years ago. >> yeah. >> how does it feel to be sort of the next big thing? >> feels good. >> feels really good. what's your musal inspiration? >> for all of us, michael jackson. but for me personally, i like dre and kanye west. >> you're going to feel that in what we're about to see right now. get ready for "mrs. right," from mindless behavior. i'll step aside. ♪ where is mrs. right i gotta find her ♪ ♪ where is mrs. right i gotta see her ♪ ♪ travel all across the world just to meet her ♪ ♪ get me on a flight i gotta see her ♪
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♪ travel all across the world just to meet her ♪ ♪ travel to l.a. and maybe to the bay ♪ ♪ come to chi-town she might be out of state ♪ ♪ book a flight to london book a flight to france ♪ ♪ can we go to switzerland? can we hit japan? ♪ ♪ shawty, say ya don't but i bet you do ♪ ♪ get me on your ringtone posters in your room ♪ ♪ sassy little thing act like the way you talk ♪ ♪ heard you got the goods go ahead show them off ♪ ♪ take a picture quick send it to my phone ♪ ♪ dimple in your cheek white gucci stunners on ♪ ♪ don't know where you've been hiding from me so long ♪ ♪ prodigy, roc, rayray and princeton we on ♪ ♪ so, baby come on ♪ ♪ where is mrs. right i gotta see her ♪ ♪ travel all across the world just to meet her ♪ ♪ get me on a flight i gotta see her ♪ ♪ travel all across the world
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just to meet her ♪ ♪ travel to l.a. and maybe to the bay ♪ ♪ come to chi-town she might be out of state ♪ ♪ book a flight to london book a flight to france ♪ ♪ can we go to switzerland? can we hit japan? ♪ ♪ light-skinned dark dark-skinned ♪ ♪ long hair don't care ♪ ♪ long as ya heart's in it ♪ ♪ looking for my missus enough to drive me insane ♪ ♪ matter of fact ay, yo, prodigy, sing ♪ ♪ hopping on a plane coming straight to y'all ♪ ♪ in tokyo we say kon'nichiwa ♪ ♪ is off the walls london in the spring ♪ ♪ paris in the fall we don't discriminate, girls ♪ ♪ no, we love 'em all all my german chicks ♪ ♪ let me kiss ya back open up your mac book ♪ ♪ put me on your lap space and sending ♪ ♪ smiley faces on the chat met some good girls ♪ ♪ yeah, they're all over the map ♪ ♪ but where she at? where she at? ♪ ♪ where is mrs. right
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i gotta see her ♪ ♪ travel all across the world just to meet her ♪ ♪ get me on a flight i gotta see her ♪ ♪ travel all across the world just to meet her ♪ ♪ travel to l.a. and maybe to the bay ♪ ♪ come to chi-town she might be out of state ♪ ♪ book a flight to london book a flight to france ♪ ♪ can we go to switzerland? can we hit japan? ♪ ♪ flying so high so high ♪ ♪ destination everywhere i gotta find a way ♪ ♪ to get to where you are, you are ♪ ♪ where's my mrs. right now i need her right now ♪ ♪ i got some things i wanna say ♪ ♪ so, i'm gonna write it down ♪ ♪ wipe me down wipe me down ♪ ♪ if i like you you wifey now ♪ ♪ i predict one day we'll be together ♪ ♪ i'm a psychic ow ♪ ♪ bend to the south then to the bay ♪ ♪ even take few trips outta state ♪ ♪ i know you an angel so, maybe i should ♪
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♪ look out of space aye, d-i-double-g-y ♪ ♪ is look for the right one ♪ ♪ prodigy, double-r princeton, rayray ♪ ♪ let 'em know where we coming from ♪ ♪ hey mrs. right [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] get your move on. >> the new album drops on tuesday, september 20th. we want to thank mindless behavior. >> yeah. i'd like to say. i know robin and i have been, sidney in connecticut, rayray. >> thank you. >> our work here is done. >> our work is done. she was a big fan. big weekend for you guys. >> speaking of mindless behavior, ron, beyoon in a and i will be debuting on broadway. rayray, you look good in my tie. >> have a great weekend, everybody. m telling you right n, you won't return it. it is a fantastic product. >>we'll even fast track your shipment with a free upgrade to priority shipping so you can benefit
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from cindy's serums even sooner. >> so call now nice and cool, actually still is nice and cool. just warming up a little bit. check out these temperatures. 51 arnold, and not much a spread here from westminister. low 50s to places around the bay. a sign of a true force of this cold air in central maryland, typically right along the water itself it would be modified. easton, 56 degrees this morning. still 49. widespread numbers showing the dominance of 40s across the great lakes. back to the west greene bay 39, 23 international falls, top of the hour. the front is clear off the coast. we are looking at high pressure, relatively light winds, look at all this moisture, a lot of cloud cover. you have already seen the high thin clouds in the sky and rainfall as close as iowa and missouri. so it is not going to be wet
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today, but there will be more cloud cover because of the system. more clouds, and we dim out the afternoon sun. it may actually make you feel a little bit cooler. clouds trying to invade to our south and to our north. that will erode away throughout the day. enjoy the morning sun, it should turn partly to mostly cloudy through the afternoon. clouds could hang tight for awhile. tries to slip some of the moisture off the coast. ocean city could get wet tomorrow night and sunday. we stay dry, and we'll have to watch this system. 66 today, turning mostly cloudy. those temperatures are running about 10 to 15 degrees below normal for many of us. ton back to 46. hanging onto the clouds over the weekend. more sun late sunday and mid- 70s next week. enjoy. se on taste? try smart balance fat free milk.
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